Kick Ass 2
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Dans treize jours, le 10 février, Chloë Grace Moretz atteindra l’âge vénérable de… 16 ans. L’histoire ne dit pas si elle demandera un katana ou des roquettes antichar à ses parents. Toujours est-il que son personnage, Hit-Girl, est la star du dossier Kick-Ass 2 publié dans les pages du magazine Empire. Et comme ses confrères héroïques du jour, elle nous dévoile elle aussi son nouveau costume… Pour une fois, j’ai réussi à repérer une différence entre l’ancienne et la nouvelle version : Mindy Macready porte désormais trois lames sur sa cuisse gauche. Ainsi que des épaulières renforcées.
We've got to hand it to the " Kick-Ass 2 " cast and crew for all the excellent teasery they've been throwing our way recently, not counting the intriguing casting announcements . Allow us to add a little more well-crafted plot hinting via a recent chat with star Aaron Johnson, during which he explained some changes from comic-to-film, tweaks to certain costumes and danced around the Mother Russia casting, which was unveiled after the interview. "I'm back in the wet suit but there are quite a few alterations on others' [costumes]," Johnson told MTV News of getting back into that memorable green suit, all during the press day for his period drama "Anna Karenina." "You'll see that there's not such a transition in him at first but there is a journey that he goes on." Speaking to the character arcs of his co-stars, particularly that of Christopher Mintz-Plasse (aka Red Mist), Johnson admitted that Mintz-Plasse has some unique twists and turns as well.
A sequel to the hit comic book based, R-rated action film in prepping to begin production with Jeff Wadlow ( Never Back Down ) in the director's chair. Kick Ass 2 hits theaters next summer. Kick-Ass 2 , based on the characters created by writer Mark Millar and artist John Romita Jr., follows the title character several months after the events of the last film as he tries to form a team of real life superheroes while concurrently preparing for the arrival of The Red Mist -- an enemy who has been gathering a team of supervillains. Last week, as the start of production neared, the film's director released a batch of photos from the set including a teaser shot of supervillain Mother Russia -- but no word on who was cast to play the part. Mother Russia is Red Mist's bodyguard. She used to be a member of both Spetsnaz and the KGB and is responsible for protecting the new crime boss as well as killing anyone he wants dead.
Those who were hoping that Jim Carrey would get on board with Kick Ass 2: Balls to the Wall will likely appreciate this update. While it's not exactly official confirmation in the traditional sense, the word "officially" was used in the tweet director Jeff Wadlow posted this weekend, which stated that the film has its Colonel. And a very familiar (slightly modified) Jim Carrey quote was used in the process. Last month , we learned that Carrey was being pursued to play the role of the Colonel in the follow-up for the 2010 action comedy Kick-Ass . Since then, we were left to wonder whether or not it would actually happen.
Actor Andy Nyman has joined the cast of Kick-Ass 2 . He will be playing Tumour in the sequel. I’m not sure what is the correct spelling of the name.
It's being reported that that Jim Carrey has been offered a supporting role in the Jeff Wadlow directed movie Kick-Ass 2: Balls to the Wall . Carrey would play a character named The Colonel, the creator of the superhero team Justice Forever. I hope he takes the part! I think it would actually be great to see Carrey in the film. I'm not the biggest fan of his anymore, but joining a movie like this couldn't hurt his career. According to Deadline Carrey is a big fan of director Matthew Vaughn and his original Kick-Ass film.
Kick-Ass 2 is indeed finally happening. The first poster banner for the film has popped up on the pic’s official Facebook page, and though it’s not much, it’s a fine tease for fans that have been clamoring for the return of Hit Girl and Co. Aaron Johnson , Christopher Mintz-Plasse , and Chloe Moretz are all confirmed to return and reprise their roles from Matthew Vaughn ’s 2010 adaptation of the Mark Millar comic book.
In a lengthy interview with Hero Complex , critically acclaimed writer Mark Millar has not only let slip some details on the future of Kick-Ass in the comics, but also offered an update on the highly anticipated and long rumored sequel to the 2010 big screen adaptation of his and artist John Romita Jr's best-selling series. There's much more to be found over at the site, but here are some of the main excerpts - it sounds as if the chances of Matthew Vaughn returning to direct are now slimmer than ever, but that's not exactly a big surprise after the success of X-Men: First Class . Thankfully, he will seemingly be involved with the movie in some capacity by the sound of things! On The Status Of The Planned Sequel To Kick-Ass :
Thanks to the guys over at Newsarama for the following excerpts. Be sure to follow the link at the bottom of this page to read the entire interview, as well as for more links to the other two parts where the comic book writer goes into more detail about his current Ultimate Universe porjects, Miracle Park , the Kapow! Comic Con and much more!